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Pleas were made to APA to set standards for psychological testing. State and local associations of clinical psychologists and consulting psychologists (those in private practice) arose, and in 1937 the Clinical Division of APA dissolved itself and recommended that its members join the new American Association of Applied Psychology with its sections in Clinical Psychology, Consulting Psychology, Educational Psychology, and a few others. The curriculum of clinical psychology expanded in these decades as new theoretical approaches were introduced.

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The program at Adelphi founded by Gordon Derner in 1951 was the precursor of this movement. His ªscholar±practitionerº program was intended to provide students with a knowledge base that would let them critically read research, but not train them in actually doing research. This program was accredited by the APA in 1957 on appeal. D. track in their clinical program under the direction of Donald Peterson. D. students, but did more in-depth clinical work rather than the usual thesis and dissertation research.

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